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The body of the Mohamed Merah, the al-Qaeda-inspired gunman who went on a killing spree in Toulouse, has been buried in a small ceremony on the
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His funeral was never going to be straightforward.
Algeria did not want the body of Mohamed Merah.
Then the Mayor of Toulouse urged a delay in
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Algeria did not want his body for burial. Now moves to lay Mohamed Merah to rest near Toulouse have been put on hold.
Given the gunman’s